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The Ever Changing Landscape of Automotive Cybersecurity – Will There Be a Limit?
Automotive cybersecurity is much more than ISO/SAE 21434, ECE regulations R-155, R-156, and other similar standards and regulations. The ever increasing complexity of the automotive environment is already causing serious issues in the design of attack protection mechanisms for a vehicle from a security perspective. One example is securing a thermal management system such as those used for battery management systems where several suppliers are involved in addition to an OEM encompassing a multitude of ECUs and heterogeneous arrays of sensors and actuators. One issue here is that an Item in the context of ISO/SAE 21434 has become very complex involving not just one sub-system but a multitude of sub-systems developed by different suppliers. Another issue is the accurate determination of responsibilities of each supplier for implementing ISO/SAE 21434. Another example of complexity is the electrical vehicle charging system for electric vehicles.

In this webinar, the current complexity of modern vehicle components will be explained, a number of cybersecurity issues will be identified and possible approaches to address the corresponding issues will be discussed.

Feb 9, 2023 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Juan Pimentel
Principal Consultant @Omnex Inc.
Dr. Juan Pimentel is the Omnex principal consultant with extensive Systems Engineering, Safety and Cybersecurity experience. His knowledge and experience includes applied research, product development, electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles, safety and cybersecurity assessment and assurance. In addition to assuring safety and cybersecurity though compliance/conformance he understands the need for reducing costs. During the last few years he has been involved with the Internet of Things (IoT), software define radios (SDR), penetration testing, ADAS and automated vehicles, and how to design vehicles with high levels of safety and security. He has participated and continues to participate on various IEEE, SAE, and ISO standards. He is on the SAE Vehicle Electrical Hardware Security Task Force and on the SAE/ISO 21434 automotive cybersecurity standard task force as well as on the ISO/PAS 21448 standard task force.